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Re: Calling all Nexavar users-Past and Present

Forums General Melanoma Community Calling all Nexavar users-Past and Present Re: Calling all Nexavar users-Past and Present

    James from Sydney
    Participant

      Hi Jen

      Nexevar is also known as Sorafenib so you might like to alter the post to attract others who know it as Sorafenib. I would do it for you but still am a bit lost on the new Board!

      In any case our son used it as part of the Bay Trial but it was combined with Carboplatin and Taxol. Results were seen in a few weeks with SubQ’s dissapearing or getting smaller. Michael got some internal reductions and was stable for 6 months until Brain got involved. I know of a couple on this Board that have had great success and i am hoping you join them.

      best wishes

      James

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